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Premio Alfaguara

The Premio Alfaguara is yet another very cash-rich Spanish-language fiction prize (which even pegs its payout in US dollars (175,000)), and they've now announced that Una novela criminal, by Jorge Volpi, has taken this year's prize, selected from 580 entries (led by 261 from Spain and 88 from Argentina -- but also with 45 from the US); see, for example, the El País report.
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